Divorce is one of the most stressful life events. If a couple has children, they will have lifelong contact because of events in the children’s lives even when they are grown. With some guidance, you and your ex can learn co-parenting skills that will improve the emotional future of you and your children. Consider Current Family Culture The first step in learning how to co-parent is to … [Read more...] about How to be a Co-Parent After Your Divorce
Divorces aren't always acrimonious. Many are amicable, with spouses realizing that they just don't want to be married anymore – and for one reason or another, they want to stay in touch. Can they go so far as to remain friends? It is possible to be friends with an ex-spouse. It is also possible to have that friendship take a bad turn if you don't handle the situation carefully. Here are … [Read more...] about Can You Be Friends After You Get Divorced?
Divorce is not easy for anyone. If a divorce is necessary, Collaborative Divorce is probably best for all involved, particularly when there are children. You want to make this as easy of a transition for your child as possible. The Collaborative Divorce process is always designed to keep the best interests of the child in mind. A key benefit is that the process supports parents creating together a … [Read more...] about Co-Parenting After Divorce